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. >> coming up, the secretary of defense makes a bold statement on the future of afghanistan. after more than a decade of war. >> a final straw on bus riders. why they are demanding that something bedone on security. >> it is full speed ahead for a massive tribute to the godfather of go-go. a first look at chuck brown park is next. >> i'm doug hill in the weather center. cloudy mild warm upfor the weekend. it does not feel like january. >> you're watching abc 7 news at 6:00 on your side. >> a lasting tribute to the godfather of go-go is a go. >> sam ford gives us a look at what will become chuck brown park. >> chuck brown, the godfather of go-go music died last spring. by tends of next summer the city is promising to have a park constructed in his honor in northeast d.c. mayor vincent gray signed the bill today. >> the park is now official. >> for the ceremony were several members of chuck brown's family. >> this is very nice. >> we love that the city shows the enthusiasm. >> it helps with the grieving process. >> chuck brown died last may and thousands of fans
and applause] this bold -- bold military action even surprised the french, whose president, francois hollande, is perceived as so indecisive and weak, he's earned the nickname "flanby," after a wobbly gelatin dessert. oh, burn! [cheers and applause] or as the french say, brulee! [ laughter ] interestingly, one of the reasons that hollande is so unpopular in the first place is that he's the one pushing the gay marriage initiative. but as one paper put it "mali could transform hollande's political image." their wars make their leaders look tough, just like ours do! [ laughter ] france just needs "their" own france to call pussies-- i'm gonna say belgium. [ laughter ] come on, belgium. bunch of chocolate-slurping, mayonaise-dipping antwerps, who need to brussels sprout a pair! [ laughter ] france, those are all free. [ laughter ] and it's working for hollande with his mali intervention backed by 75% of the french, a shocking number, since french people normally can't agree on anything. that's why the scaffolding for the eiffel tower's been up so long. they can't decide what to build! [cheers and
to see as many logo-driven items any more. >> reporter: in the past year, gap has made some bold changes, shaking up its management team, and putting more emphasis on fashion. that's where intermix comes in. the chain sells designer labels like jimmy choo, mulberry, yves saint laurent, fendi, and rag and bone. analyst oliver chen, whose firm does business with gap, thinks the deal is a win-win for both firms: >> i think intermix brings a lot of fashion credibility to the gap. also the gap brings cash flow and capital to intermix. intermix can probably have a very successful online business. >> the acquisition comes as gap plans to close more than 20% of its namesake north american stores. like many retailers, gap is looking overseas for growth. >> reporter: gap also plans to also expand intermix abroad, presumably to luxury-obsessed markets like china. gap has plenty of experience with acquisitions, it bought women's athletic apparel retailer athleta in 2008, but analysts do see some risks to the intermix deal. >> we'll have to watch intermix to make sure it stays special. intermix is jo
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committee and congress itself, to be bold, to be courageous, because america is counting on you. and the call to action that came from newtown is for better enforcement of existing laws but also new laws that will enable better enforcement. we can have common ground with mr. lapierre that better enforcement of existing laws is necessary, but that leads in my view inevitably for the call for more background checks on the 40% of all firearms purchases that right now are within the exemption of the gun show loophole and private sale and background checks on ammunition purchases. background checks, for example, and other sensible measures like stronger action against trafficking and straw purchases and including a ban on assault weapons are within the common ground that i think we ought to try to establish here. >> senator, for those just joining us, we have been keeping the coverage live going this morning of what's been taking place there on the hill with you and your colleagues. for those that may have missed it. i want to replay what former congresswoman giffords said to you all
>>> good morning. i'm thomas roberts. topping our agenda today, president obama goes big and bold on gun control. this hour at the white house, the president will announce what's expected to be the most ambitious federal gun control program in decades. today's announcement brings together members of the law enforcement community and children, kids, who wrote to the president about gun control in the days after the sandy hook shooting in connecticut. nbc news has learned the proposals include universal background checks, bans on assault weapons and high capacity magazines, and an aggressive prosecution of existing laws. in more than a dozen orders, the president could enact without the approval of congress. >> the fact is they've made the political decision to go big for what it's worth. >> today's a beginning. today is the beginning of what has to be an every day campaign. it has to be -- i said you have to take this way out into the country. he needs to go into red states and talk about this. he's got to get on the phone when he's on air force one. >> as the white house ramps up
everybody can see exactly what we're discussing here. the president went big, he went bold, starting with climate change, immigration, gay rights, women's rights, the middle class. joy-ann, do you think the president has set the spider web too wide, cast this too much to try to achieve, or is that the main point, to come out big and bold and throw as much spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks? >> i do, i think particularly when you have a second term inaugural speech, it's about laying out a vision. that vision can be bold and broad. this wasn't the policy speech. the policy speech is really the state of the union where you sort of get specific. but i thought this was just a broad, bold defense of liberal ideas. when i was listening to the speech, those points stuck out to me. it was the first time i had ever heard gay rights mentioned in an inaugural. it was a bold defense of social security and medicare, the sort of new deal, fdr sort of vision of the democratic state. it was i thought for liberals, for progressives, they had to have seen this as finally, a complete and total em
participated by phone and i didn't find that. on page 5, in bold i the motion moved, seconded and passed, second line. this was really funny, find that miss st. croix and miss st. croix -- i wasn't aware, but you might want to amend and the following line, i think that is just a wfl failure to comply with the sunshine ordinance and strike "task force" there. and finally on page 6 in bold the motion, that the ethics commission adopt the annual report as amended. >> sorry, you were on page 6 where? >> that the ethics commission adopt. is that correct? >> yes. and i wouldn't be submitting a 125-word statement. never mind. >> i think it bears noting that we have accommodated these folks after all of this time. although i'm sure they will see the minutes. >> i think mr. pilpel's changes are good, unless mr. st. croix, there is something that we need know? any other changes? to the draft minutes? did you guys catch those? is there a motion to adopt the minutes as amended? >> so moved. >> second. >> >> all in favor. aye. >> aye. >> that is a question, i was not present, should i a
orders on the dollar. that's because some expect the bank of japan will come up with bold actions at its next policy meeting. more on that in just a few minutes. but the euro's also lower against the yen. the euro/yen currently changing hands at 117.74-76. taking a look at other markets in the asia pacific region, south korea's kospi, that's trading higher. up half a percent. 1,994. let's take a look at australia. the benchmark index is up by 1/3 of a percent. 4,733. >>> well, policy makers at japan's central bank will discuss whether to take further money-boosting steps at a two-day meeting starting next week. they're apparently responding to the governments call for more powerful measures to tackle deflation and support the nation's recovery. a 2% inflation goal is expected to be included in a document to be exchanged between the bank of japan and the government. the b.o.j. policy makers are to show in writing how they plan to achieve the target requested by prime minister shinzo abe. now, it's likely to be a joint statement and not a legally binding policy accord that abe had original
bold initiatives in terms of rhetoric in the first year of the administration. we heard the cairo speech talking to the muslim world. we heard the prague speech, but the follow-up was a little bit tepid, so i think you will see more of the same, very few foreign policy initiatives and more of a management approach as we rebuild at home. >> when he says he wants to show courage to try to resolve our issues with other nations peacefully, is that a reference to iran? >> i think there are a number of problems where we could try to lead some prophecies and result in a safer world. i think there will be a push on iran, so i think you have hit on one of the exceptions. i think there will be a free trade agreement and initiative, but i think there are a number of other crises where i do not see a bold set of initiatives. >> you are saying he will favor diplomacy as he has in the past. when we look to the next term and the nomination of chuck hegel as secretary of defense, and you think about the continuation of his policies? >> the nomination for cia and senator kerry for secretary of sta
% inflation within reach but the new, clearer target requires some bold steps. the document also addresses the role of the government in revitalizing japan's economy. it describes how politicians should promote growth and restore fiscal health. along with drafting the joint statement, boj officials have agreed to introduce open-ended asset purchasing. under a new program from january 2014 the central bank will purchase a certain amount of financial assets every month. no termination date is being set for the scheme. the new measure will expand the total size of the asset purchase program, or app, by about 10 trillion yen, or $110 billion, in 2014. the program is expected to be maintained in the future. following the boj meeting, central bank governor and the finance minister aso reported on the release of the joint statement to prime minister abe at his office. >> translator: the government strongly hopes the bank of japan will continue to promote a strong monetary easing policy in order to achieve the goal. >> translator: the bank of japan believes it is important to realize sustainable g
'm going to make a bold prediction for swran and february. she has been hospitalized, accurately treated. if she's still suffering, she will get iv hydration at kensington palace. i don't think you'll see her out and about. the real speculation now is is she carrying twins? there's an increased risk of this with twins. >> we would be doubly happy for her in that case. >> especially if a girl comes out first. >> you impressed us last year because you got your telemeres. >> we mass screen everyone for the same stuff. we're going to increasingly have to figure out what's important in your genes versus my genes. in 2013, i'm going to have my complete human genome done, put out there in the public. i think doctors and people who can should get this done so we start to lerp more about what makes us tick, what makes me subject to cancer. the more we do this, the more we can research it. it will become more available to the public as the price drops. >> savannah, thanks. >>> let's talk more about that royal birth coming up in 2013. with the duke and duchess of cambridge expecting their first chi
previously made it a goal to bring 1% inflation within reach but the new, clearer target requires some bold steps. the document also addresses the role of the government in revitalizing japan's economy. it describes how politicians should promote growth and restore fiscal health. along with drafting the joint statement, boj officials have agreed to introduce open-ended asset purchasing. under a new program from january 2014 the central bank will purchase a certain amount of financial assets every month. no termination date is being set for the scheme. the new measure will expand the total size of the asset purchase program, or app, by about 10 trillion yen, or $110 billion, in 2014. the program is expected to be maintained in the future. following the meeting prime minister and revital minister reported on the release of the joint statement to prime minister abe at his office. >> translator: the government strongly hopes the bank of japan will a monetary easing policy in order to achieve the goal. >> translator: the bank of japan believes it is important to realize sustainable growth by ove
an employee's car. a show of support for metro's bold new plan to expand. a key proposal unveiled earlier today includes adding an metro rail connecting roslyn station to georgetown. jay has some reaction from georgetown. >> after months of analysis and research, metro officials came up with their plan for the future of this agency. one of the possible controversial ideas they're looking at, building a tunnel from rosslyn over to georgetown. metro has released a plan called momentum which charts a bold vision for the agency over the next decade. officials insist, to keep pace with growing demand, that the city -- the system much improved and grow. they estimate $26 billion will be needed through 2040 to provide more buses, rail cars, modernize stations, and to expand lines. major products under consideration are the building of new tunnels. 110th street to thomas circle and the other from rosslyn up to thomas circle. >> it changes the face of the city in a good way. i would not be opposed to it. >> it would be great. >> he wholeheartedly supports a tunnel and nearby stop. >> it will be a
serious to work with our outstanding human services director and other to apply his bold ideas to homelessness and he's jumped in feetfirst. we now have everyday connect to provide a year around benefits of services. we have online portals so that no people goes hungry so long as they're on our streets. we are going to build a new 1 hundred bed facilities here in the bay area. and under a federal lifeline program a program that this supervisor has add vatd for many homeless people will receive cell phones so they can get back to their case works. significantly on january 1st, we restructured and providing homeless teams 24 hours a day in just a few weeks we've seen homeless people have more opportunities to get in touch with those they need to. and san francisco has made enormous strides in re discussing homeless veterans. weigh launched a campaign using hudson investors we will officials open up permanent housing for 75 homeless veterans with full services. we have more than 70 units of veteran housing schedule to open this year and there's a hard truth we have to look at. for
a bold and doubtful election between submission and the sword. fully expected during the revolution that he could be executed for treason. because of the intensity of that experience, he watched over it for the next 50 years -- 30, 40, 50 years, like a parent over a child in some ways. and felt so strongly about it at ensuring its survival, short of anything that would kill that experiment he would cut a deal. >> you know, the pursuit of liberty, the belief in the ideal of liberty at the core of who he is and yet his life is a contradiction the way he lived his life. >> true. >> you get at that in the book. >> yeah. it's the central contradiction of his life and the central contradiction of the american experience. thomas jefferson, who wrote the words in philadelphia in the summer of 1776 that we hold these truths to be self-evidence that we are endowed by our creator with certainin ailable rights, all men are created equal. owned slaves, protected slavery, perpetuated slavery, fathered children with slaves -- with a slave woman -- enslaved woman. and as a young man tried on a coup
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relationships, to compete in every state in every region. hmm. sounds bold, even promising. so who are the republicans turning to? turning to lead their bold, new plan. >> the ayes have it. priebus is elected chairman. >> huh? huh? that's how they started? with reince priebus, the same guy who helped get them into the mess? but, okay, let's give them a chance with their bold, new plan. what's at the top of the to do list? >> we've got to stop being the stupid party. and i'm serious. it's time for a new republican party that talks like adults. it's no secret that we had a number of people that damaged the brain with offensive comments. >> stop being the stupid party. okay. okay. i can get behind that. what's next? >> we've got to compete for every single vote. 47% and the 53% and, by the way, any other combination of that that adds up to a hundred percent. >> and newt gingrich agrees, i'm for 100 percent of the american people believing that they have a party that cares about their future. wow. what a vision. what an amazing, ground-breaking idea, including all americans. but okay,
. a billboard company has put up a bold prediction for ray lewis' retirement date. >> there is only going to be one winner and i know who it is going today. >> you are pretty sure it is going to be the patriots. it developing rivalry between the patriots and the liven. ravens. >> the ravens work looking at last week. >> didn't the pictures get lucky patriots -- didn't the get lucky last year? the billboard company has something else to say on signs in the baltimore area. it is all in fun. some admit they are a little nervous. >> i think it will be a close game. >> have you heard about the billboard? >> yes, i have. >> what do you think about it? >> i have been making jokes on twitter. >> i think there'll be some motivation for the team. i'm nervous but i feel confident. >> confident doesn't describe this fan. >> i wanted another game at home. i think it will be a good game in new orleans. your dreams, buddy. >> we want the ravens to go to new orleans. that would mean two more purple fridays. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. go ravens. >> the men and women in blue are showing their pu
$3 to a candidate, that we did that with clean hands and combat for true progressive, bold candidates. >> host: one industry with positive numbers in the recession is the energy and gas industry. we are talking about jobs here, and in those states that have that industry, their unemployment rate remained very low. here's the headline today in the newspapers online from quoting the american petroleum institute's president saying industry poised to help u.s. economy grow further in 2013, but warned about more taxes op companies, gas and industry companies, that that would hurt their ability to help the u.s. economy grow. talking about jobs. >> guest: the petroleum industry, and the big oil companies love getting tax loopholes, and again one of the myths to solve in the popular conversation here in dc is the idea that these big companies are the job creators. frankly, they had a decade to create jobs. they failed. giving them billions of dollars in dax breaks does not result in jobs, but moving the money overseas. every once in awhile, they hire a hundred people. i could hire more than a
on this. does it have to be a big bold proposal. sore should the white house take incremental stepsed for broader reform? >> well, i think it is important. that the vice president meet and that the congress here of broad range if -- from a broad range of constituencies that that is important. we need to have this national dialogue. but we also need action. and i do prefer bold action. what happened in newtown, what's happening over the last couple of years across the country in terms of these mass shootings, they need to be stopped. we need to do something about the violence. and not just responsible gun control laws. i've said, as well, in l.a. is an example. we have our police officers patrolling every school, visiting the schools on a daily basis. we need to do something about the violence that we see on tv. and in our movies. in our games. parents need to step up and really work with their kids. and we need to do something about the culture of violence. mental health. so it needs to be comprehensive. but it doesed me to be bold. that's what this moment, i think, requires. >> sir,
and realizing that all of us have very strong feelings, i sincerely regret that this is not a big, bold, balanced plan. >> i yield 2 minutes. >> recognized an additional 2 minutes. >> i regret is not a big, bold, and balanced plan. we had an opportunity to reach such an agreement in a bipartisan fashion. and we will not reach a big, bold, and balanced plan without bipartisanship. the decisions we will have to make will be too difficult not to be done in a bipartisan fashion. but this night, we take a step, a positive step. and the people watching us, mr. speaker, on television tonight, and reading about their congress tomorrow, and seeing that we were able to act, not perfectly, but in a bipartisan fashion, to try to take a step toward fiscal responsibility, fiscal stability, and yes, caring for those who most need our help in this country. so i urge my colleagues, as the leader of my party in this congress urged us, to support this legislation. not as a democrat. but not as a republican. but as an american who understands that our people believe that action is necessary. i would urge a
to this a mixture of personal courage by a president at seizing the moment, but also thinking big and bold? because fdr had a much worse inheritance in many ways than barack obama. bad, though, obama's was. but you just got a sense of somebody who had his hand on history and thought right, i'm just going to go for this. and i feel at the moment that obama, he shows signs of wanting to do that but at the moment he hasn't actually done it. >> i think what happened is he wan ran on a hope that he could be above ideology, that he could bring red and blue together, and it just proved very difficult, if not impossible. i think he's learned that lesson. the most important thing to look for in a second term is what does a president learn from the experience of the first term? and already you see much more fiery kinds of language. you see him willing to draw the lines, and i think that boldness -- i agree with doug. i think the second term might well be bolder, just as fdr's was bolder in the first term. fdr had it easier in some ways. we were in such terrible shape that we had to do something. and the coun
want to classify what he said, for the people, or liberal or whatever, it was a bold and expansive agenda laid out that seems almost impossible to get it all done. i wonder if you think gun control or crime control or whatever they brand it, is where he starts and where does he go next? >>chris: most of the thing he talked about in the speech today, and he campaigned on these things and the belief is elections have consequences and he made promises to the american people that he will keep them. one issue was not gun control and barely mentioned which is considered a liability for democrats because this is a lot, or thought to be a lot of opposition to it, but newtown happened after the election and clearly the president was personally moved, deeply moved, as the father of two young children, by the slaughter of the 20 young children in newtown and he decided to make gun control a big issue. clearly it was not on the agenda before that, it is at the top now. he understands the emotional tone of newtown and will try to take advantage of that. i would be surprised if you do not see hi
of this company is now in question. when it can lose. >> bill: have to be bold and fresh, dobbs. bold and fresh. >> tim cook, are you listening to the man? because is he right. >> bill: they have another machine come out. you know that it's going to be as big as your pinky and call putin on it or something. >> you can argue that's the problem they have got. they have extended their product line instead of staying with those very specific treasures. >> now you are getting too pinheady for me. let's recap. don't buy the stock at this level. that guy has got to get bolder and fresher if he wants to get back in the game. expwron kerry. >> speaking of bold and fresh. >> good hair, too. carrie is is going to be new secretary of state. is he worth about $200 million. so my friend howie carr tells me in boston. he has got to get rid of a lot of that stock that he has, kerry, right? >> well, he didn't have to, necessarily. but is he doing. so he is divesting about 100 different stocks because his secretary of state. >> he might have conflicts of interest? >> exactly. if he has to talk to japan, he can'
. too many children. we must do something. the time is now. you must act. be bold. be courageous. americans are counting on you. >> be bold. be courageous. more than a month has passed since twenty-first graders were gunned down at sandyhook. and the violence is continuing daily. this morning, while the hearing was under way, three people were shot and wounded at an office complex in arizona. reports there has been more than 1400 shootings. 1400 shooting deaths since the massacre at sandyhook elementary school. that tally doesn't include the heart wrenching story of the high school honor student and band member from chicago who performed at some of president obama's inug ral festivities just last week. 15 years old. she had her whole life in front of her. but, yesterday, she was sholt in the back while sitting in a park. near her school in the middle of the afternoon. an innocent victim of the gun crisis in this country. especially the crisis in chicago. this has to change. but the opponents of gun sanity refuse to get it. at today's hearing, the head of the nra actually argued w
can't be the answer to every problem but it was a bold, strong progressive push. i think he learned a lesson were last time where he came in 2009 and tried to hold the g.o.p.'s hand and get something done but then got zero from the house in his stimulus bill. it's time to convince people, push ahead with your agenda and let the republicans do what they will. >> do you think we'll see this happen in the next 18 months. it does seem that the president learned something in the last four years. keep in mind the president said it's time to end on focusing on childish things. he said we need to stop the political name calling but the president is much more realistic, he understands that there are people who want to battle him on every issue. and the president was essentially rallying his base, liberals women african-americans, gay, latinos, look, we have big fights coming. in order to honor you i need you to honor me by working together in for the collective good and by the way we'll have specific battles coming out. >> john: george, were there any surprises to you? did you think the pres
performance contexts. it's a song that was made by a man named matthew too bold, a very well respected elder whose wife, ellie, just recently passed on. both of them were very well respected for their singing skills. when i thought about doing an arrangement for today, the blue horse special came to mind. i thought i wonder if i can bring a cedar flute into an air, i thought, i wonder if i can take a pala song and turn it into a reel. what i will do is sing you the original pala song, so you can hear that, then we will go into an arrangement that also includes a little something at the end for my grandparents. (singing) >> in january everything changes. all of san francisco's parking meters will now be enforced 7 days a week. feeding the meter 7 days a week reduces parking demand in commercial corridors and for most faster turn over of the parking spaces. the muni system has improved for sunday. learn more about 7 day meters at sfmta.com. >> i want to learn more about it. >> social networking and e-mail. >> i want to know how to use it. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> divisional divide is a divide between th
share our patriotism and seek the american dream. the strength of our democracy will be advanced by bold action for comprehensive immigration reform. today, we take an oath to protect and defend our constitution, our people, and our freedom. to protect and defend -- that is our first responsibility. and our democracy requires that we each uphold the duty of keeping americans safe in their homes, in their schools, and in their neighborhoods. as we mourn the families of newtown, we know that ensuring the safety of all americans would be a truly meaningful tribute to the children and teachers of sandy hook elementary school. for the strength of our democracy, for the sake of our children, let us work together to protect and defend all of our people. [applause] in the same year that president lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation, the statue of freedom was unveiled atop the capitol dome. it continues -- that dome -- it continues to be a beacon of freedom to the world and a source of inspiration for all who have had the honor to serve in congress. as we take our oath of office today, l
by a man named matthew too bold, a very well respected elder whose wife, ellie, just recently passed on. both of them were very well respected for their singing skills. when i thought about doing an arrangement for today, the blue horse special came to mind. i thought i wonder if i can bring a cedar flute into an air, i thought, i wonder if i can take a pala song and turn it into a reel. what i will do is sing you the original pala song, so you can hear that, then we will go into an arrangement that also includes a little something at the end for my grandparents. (singing) . >> on march 5th, 2007, a car bomb was exploded on mutanabbi street in baghdad. mutanabbi street is a mixed shia-suni area. more than 30 people were killed and more than 100 were wounded. this locale is the historic center of baghdad book selling, a winding street filled with bookstores and outdoor book stalls. named after the famous 10th century classic poet, al-mutanabbi, this is an old and established street for book selling and has been for hundreds of years. mutanabbi street also holds cafes, stationary shops, a
bank has taken a bold step to kickstart the economy and taken on a commitment to buy assets. a japanese delegation has arrived in china to try to repair talks. both countries claim sovereignty. in another dispute involving china, the philippines says it will challenge chinese claims of the united nations. they claim sovereignty over islands in the south china sea. we have more from hong kong. what does the philippines hoped the u.n. will be able to do? there are not any powers of enforcement. >> what this is is not so much one thing to say who owns what. all these countries are on the south china seas and china are signatories to the united nations convention on the wall of the sea. they are obliged to uphold the agreements that were agreed to in this united nations convention. one thing they agreed was 200 nautical miles was an expectation zone that belonged to the country. meaning to hundred nautical miles from the philippines, they have the right to explore and use the resources. this is what the philippines is challenging china on. there is a claim with the u.n. saying all this terr
. shot and killed one church-goer, and wounded the other one. and big bold letters read things various newspapers read "taggers shoot three church-goers." tagging suspect shoots church-goers, but when you go into the article and read the whole account of the incident, it's reported that these are gang members and these are gangsters putting up gang graffiti, but when people read this in the paper, that is where they are getting their input and it starts to blue the lines, what is a "tager?" what does that mean and sometime yours jury is going ohave that in your head when they talk to you. or when they listen to your case and you need to clear that up, so they understand exactly where you are coming from when you do a case. so over the years we developed five types of the graffiti. now there are a lot of ways to categorize graffiti. you might look at old-school/new school, geographically, east coast/west coast. this categorization here is so we have a simple presentation that is easy to articulate in court, and we can explain exactly what we have got and what we haven't got. we're goi
of the dragon to focus on jobs and to make bold decisions for your future. and to work together with all our stoifrz to put it lanely to get things done were when i took office your unemployment was really high. the redevelopment by the state was a potential death now for the housing and our taxes stopped the growth of our economy. we in this room and many of us working together took on the story changes for our city some of which have vexed for years >> years. i'm proud that together we through innovation and we foerjd our way ahead. to the city commissioners and to the department heads and to our friends in the business, labor you think non-profit and other communities who spent countless hours with us in negotiations and to the great people of san francisco who rewarded us with your support at ballet in san francisco thank you, very much. together we're putting san francisco back on the right track and building a solid foundation for all our residents. my fellow san francisco's we're living in a time of astonishing innovation and unlimited process we're driving that innovation and for or
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